Kundalini Sadhana:
A Path of Transformation and Liberation

heartofconsciousness logo 2 18Kundalini Sadhana is an ancient nondual spiritual practice that allows each individual to deeply experience their own direct, inner connection to the Divine. It focuses on awakening the powerful transformative force called “kundalini”—a divine energy that is always present, already within every human being. When it rises and flows through us, kundalini can wash away our deepest tensions, expand the flow of creative energy in us, and eliminate our misunderstandings about our true nature.

As we learn to stay attuned to this vital force, we experience a profound growth that leads to the maturing of love and spiritual fulfillment. The essence of this practice is about finding that sacred space within where the individual heart is merged into the heart of the Divine. The awakening and experience that occurs in that sacred space reveals our total unity with Divinity.

Shaktipat means “the descent of grace.” That grace comes directly from the Divine, and it creates a longing to find a teacher and practice that can support and nourish that which is beginning to reveal itself within us. A teacher in our lineage gives Shatki transmission, which is understood to be the highest form of spiritual initiation, providing students with immediate access to the divine energy that dwells within them. Shakti transmission is a vitally important presence in the awakening of the kundalini. 

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Details about the Heart of Consiousness practice, including the free weekly classes, is available on the website HeartofC.org.

Heart of Consciousness is the Spiritual Program of Sacred Space Yoga Sanctuary

The heart is the most sacred of all places, go there and roam…

 

 

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“Your realization depends on how deeply you want to know God right here, right now. It’s never tomorrow, it’s always right here, right now.”

—Swami Khecaranatha

 

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“We get strong by leading a strong life, by consciously accepting our role with the understanding of its purpose and with love and gratitude for the opportunity there.”

—Swami Rudrananda (Rudi)

 

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“It is not enough if we leave darkness. We must always live in the light. If we have a light on a dark path, we have no fear. There is fear in walking in darkness.”

—Bhagavan Nityananda

 

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